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German Reactions to the Terms of the Treaty

German Reactions to the Terms of the Treaty

The German people and Government, led by Friedrich Ebert, were horrified by the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. The Government even considered going back to war but eventually signed the Treaty in June 1919. This lesson examines exactly what they felt about each of the main parts of the treaty ad why.

View this video file A video lesson that discusses the German reaction to the terms of Treaty of Versailles.
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